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|Cannot translate cred-form-cancel and cred-relationship-role||2||5||3 hours, 55 minutes ago|
| List of IDs as view input 1 2|
Output post IDs as comma separated string.
You can generate it using Views GUI, see screenshot:
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|Taxonomy sorting issue||2||6||1 month ago|
|Distance from filter based on parent post address field – part II 1 2 3 4 5||3||69||1 month, 1 week ago|
|View not returning [wpv-no-items-found] output||2||7||1 month, 3 weeks ago|
| No multiple filters for select fields ?|
I cannot add a filter like "field is a number equal to 1 or 2".
You can switch to "in" comparison.
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|Toolset/Avada conflict: Form editor||2||4||2 months, 3 weeks ago|
|Sum of field part II||2||7||4 months ago|
|Standard WP fields not available in filter field list||2||5||4 months, 1 week ago|
| Parent selection field, display post ID instead of titles in select|
Problem: I have a Form that allows Users to create child posts. The Form contains a select field that allows the User to select a parent post in a one-to-many relationship. Instead of displaying the parent post title in each select field option, I would like to display the post ID. Or, I would like to automate the parent post title so that the title is the same as the post ID. Parent posts are also created by Forms.
Solution: If you want to automatically set the parent post's title to be the same as its ID you could use the cred_save_data hook with your parent post Form. Remove the title field from the parent post Form first to prevent the User from submitting a title. Then use the cred_save_data hook and the wp_update_post API to programmatically set the post title.
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|My Account view showing too many users||2||12||5 months ago|
| Display parent on Child Form|
[cred-post-parent get='title'] //Title of parent [cred-post-parent get='url'] //URL of parent
OR, you can nest ShortCodes, which is also something that may stop working at some point in future, as WordPress does not like nested shortcodes - however it should proceed to work in Toolset Forms and Views as long the block editor is not used:
Another approach could be to create a custom code with the above principles and output the title, so no nesting is necessary.
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|Registration form not appearing if Access is activated||2||11||6 months, 1 week ago|
|Generic questions about forms 1 2||2||17||6 months, 2 weeks ago|
|Save post info from CPT1 to CPT2 1 2||2||18||6 months, 3 weeks ago|